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|From:||Greg Oakley <>|
|Date:||Wed, 12 Jun 2002 13:55:10 +0800|
I spotted a Double-banded Plover at the Kerang sewerage ponds last Monday (in company
with many Red-capped Plovers and a few Red-kneed Dotterels).
It is listed as common in many of the field guides but I have never seen
one in this location before (over many years).
I'm not a wader expert, but apparently they breed in NZ and over-winter here in Oz.
Are they more common on the coast than in the interior wetland areas? Or have I
just been unlucky up to this point?
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